CDA Board Approves Land For Two Varsities In Islamabad
Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) board of directors approved the allocation of land for two institutions and the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) in Islamabad on Tuesday.
According to official sources, the CDA board of directors, led by Chairman Amer Ali Ahmed, granted land for the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE) University and the National University Special Education academic faculty.
It was also determined that the city’s first high-tech facility would be built. The property handbook has been approved to ensure that doing business at the new facilitation center is as simple as possible. This was done so that approvals may be linked to the 1819 hotline and automation. The board ordered that no generators be stored outside of residences and that they be confiscated after public notice. High Court-related issues were brought before the board, and a report will be issued as a result.
The CDA board also agreed in principle to create a General Waiting List (GWL) for house repairs, with a priority system based on application and no room for judgement.
The meeting noted that because the budget is already limited, first come, first served must be followed, and there will be no discretion.
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